— Updated on 17 May 2023

Netflix’s Three-Part Arnold Schwarzenegger Docuseries Has A Trailer

— Updated on 17 May 2023
Chris Singh
Chris Singh

A three-part documentary series about Arnold Schwarzenegger is coming to Netflix Australia in June, the streaming service confirmed this morning with an official trailer.

The big man is clearly staging a bit of a comeback to the acting world. In addition to him leading the forthcoming Netflix show FUBAR, Arnie has already announced his next big film will be Scott Waugh’s action-thriller Breakout – the Governator’s first since he reprised the titular role in 2019’s Terminator: Dark Fate.

But of course, all of that is only the latest in what has been a very rich, storied career in bodybuilding, acting, and politics. That’s a lot of ground for the simply titled Arnold which, as alluded to above, will arrive in three parts. Director Lesley Chilcott sits with the icon to examine his four-decade-long career and backstory from driving tanks in the Austrian army to present day.

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Allen Hughes, who has recently seen success with Hulu’s documentary series Dear Mama about Tupac Shakur, has executive produced Arnold for Netflix, working alongside Chilcott, who is mostly known for documentaries that focus on social and environmental issues.

The Arnold Netflix documentary reportedly relies heavily on previously unseen footage of the Austrian Oak, edited along with candid interviews with the man and the people closest to him.

As per the trailer, it seems we’ll also see several dramatic recreations of various parts throughout the man’s career, including his early years spent in Austria. Throw in a few scandals and failures and it’s looking like Arnold will be the most comprehensive essay on the man to date.

Arnold hits Netflix Australia on June 7, 2023.

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Chris Singh
Chris is a freelance Travel, Food, and Technology writer. He has had work published by The AU Review, Junkee Media and Australian Traveller Media and holds tertiary qualifications in Psychology and Sociology.